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today. some decks turned into tent cities. plastic bags were substitutes for toilet, and carpenters were stained by sewage. passenger betty. >> what was the worst part? >> not have ing a toilet. it was just really gross. and we had no -- at times we had no water. we couldn't even wash our hands. >> reporter: many passengers like melissa had only praise for the crew. >> they were going on no sleep for days and days and days. they were awesome. >> reporter: nicole brown from dallas kept a bed sheet that passengers used as a memory wall to sign their name and write messages. >> what do you want to remember out of this? >> i just want to remember that we were all family, we made it, and we survived. >> reporter: many of the passengers were put on buses to be taken to new orleans before going home. bad luck struck again when one of the buses broke down mid-trip. those people were put on another bus. many of them are now in their own hometowns. since this ship is registered in the bahamas, the bahammian maritime authority is running this investigation. and the first passenger has now filed t
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